by Raphael Delavoe
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Shaking up the world of French comedy. Designer Alfred (47) has the right to his gallery Unconfirmed places.
Within Jacques-Villeglé’s space, the designer was able to let his creativity, his mind and his memories speak, in order to bring his world to life for as many people as possible.
This gallery is a general kaleidoscope of moments and fragments of a fictional character made up of the memories of dozens of very real people. The game is to ask them to give me bits of personal memories, which I make a picture of at a time, like an intimate Polaroid.
From an early age, Alfred immersed himself in the creative world. Coming from a family of artists, he started publishing very early, at the age of 21 in 1997 with Delcourt Publications.
At the dawn of the 2000s, he drew the comic book series Octave and definitively switched to this comics world.
After a trip to Venice, he also turned to the world of theater, with many theatrical and comic adventures.
Recently, the designer will receive several awards, including the Fauve d’or for Come first At the Angoulême International Comics Festival.
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Alfred’s main goal is to revive the viewer when visiting his gallery.
Above all, I hope it tells as many different stories as it has visitors. For a year, I did a dive into my memories, in more depth
The artist uses his personal experience and stories to portray his feelings.
“All the things I am proposing in this exhibition come from these intimate dives… However, I wanted to articulate them in a way that leaves as much space as possible for everyone’s interpretations.”
exhibition Unconfirmed places It takes place at Espace Jacques-Villeglé, Place François-Truffaut, until June 24th. More information at www.espacejacquesvillegle.com
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